On June 8, 2013, Wong Fu Productions celebrated their 10 year anniversary and produced a 13 minute short on June 29 featuring Christine Chen, the surrounding cast of Wong Fu, and many familiar faces, including Ryan Higa, Dominic Sandoval (D-Trix), Kevin Wu (Kev Jumba), Freddie Wong, Brandon Laatsch, Joe Penna (Mystery Guitar Man) and The Fung Brothers.
On July 23, 2013 Wong Fu Productions launched a second channel titled "More Wong Fu" which is described as "Home of Lunch Break, WF Recess, Failed It, FIRST, bloopers, behind the scenes, and special features. more Wong Fu." Wong Fu has begun to expand their team of creators, adding Taylor Chan as Senior Editor, Ashley Matsunami as Producer, Benson Quach as an Editor / Assistant Director, Christopher Yang as an Editor / Director of Photography, and Jennifer Le as a Graphic Designer / Social Media Manager.
They did not originally consider filmmaking as a career when they entered university; Chan explored an interest in animation, Fu had been a student in electrical engineering and Wang considered a career in economics.
After approximately five years, Wong Fu Productions garnered 1 million subscribers in 2011.
In his first year as an undeclared freshman at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Wang and his friends released a music video of Justin Timberlake's song "Señorita".
In 2004, Wang met classmates Wesley Chan (graduated from Mills High School in 2002) and Ted Fu through a school production, and the trio began working on small scale projects in their spare time and for class assignments.
With a nearly all-Asian cast, some of its stars include Aaron Yoo, Brittany Ishibashi, Brandon Soo Hoo, Victoria Park, Randall Park, and Ki Hong Lee.
Funding for the film was crowd-sourced from Wong Fu's fans via Indiegogo, and the film's premiere release was held at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.It’s what I’ll probably end up using, so why should I sass it? Don’t miss our awesome collection of violin covers – perfect for the walk down the aisle or our readers’ favorite wedding songs!But, for those of you looking for something fun and new, here are a handful of options that will change it up a bit – including a few reader recommended songs. The song I’d pick – and many of you have mentioned – if I switched it up? We’ve talked about a lot of important music, from the first dance to your Father Daughter dance and even Cake Cutting Songs…but let’s make this clear: there is NOTHING wrong with the standard Bridal Chorus. There are so many beautiful options to choose from, and so many ways to make your ceremony unique.In the addition to the group's filmmaking career, Wong Fu Productions has organized a series of multidisciplinary concerts in California.